Incentive charts give students a sense of accomplishment. Read this for more information about exactly how to use them in a lesson. Here’s a post about how to successfully use Mini Incentive Charts.
The best exercise is that which you do. The same applies for incentive programs. They can be elaborate, planned and refined, or they can be haphazard and random. You know what? If you have one, it will work. It will help some of your students focus on their tasks. Mini Continue Reading
In the time since I first wrote about creating an successful incentive program, I’ve had a nagging question. If I believe in intrinsic motivation, why do I have a chest full of prizes? I find the book Punished by Rewards: The Trouble with Gold Stars, Incentive Plans, A’s, Praise, and Other Continue Reading